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Why export queries from BigQuery to Excel?
Generate and share reports in Excel
Benefit from optimized reporting in Excel rather than creating an authorized view in BigQuery to give a view access to a dataset. Connect Excel to BigQuery to extract queries from BQ and load them to your workbook on a schedule. Automate report generation in Excel based on BigQuery data. Select the desired frequency for your reports, such as every day or every 15 minutes. Share the generated reports with your partners or third-parties to keep them up-to-date with the latest information.
Analyze data in Excel
Export BigQuery data to a workbook to perform analytics available to any person at your company. Analyze and understand your data through the powerful features of Excel without having to compose complicated SQL queries. Filter the data according to certain criteria, view your data from a different perspective using pivot tables, and apply other tools for financial, statistical, and engineering data analytics in Excel.
Blend data from other sources in Excel
Enrich your records stored in Excel with specific records from BigQuery tables. Blend data from different data sources in Excel if this is where the final report or analytics will be carried out. This will let you comply with GDPR and other security requirements if you store specific customer data in Excel and can’t import those to Google BigQuery.
What data you can export from BigQuery to Excel
With BigQuery Excel integration, you can select and load an entire table to your workbook if the total number of rows and columns is within Excel limits. Automate the data refresh of your BigQuery table in Excel at a custom frequency.
Benefit from SQL syntax to compose queries for exporting custom data ranges from BigQuery tables into workbooks. You can define the columns, criteria, sort order, and other conditions for your scheduled exports to Excel.
Export the data combined from multiple tables using the JOIN operations in your SQL queries. You can load concatenated tables based on or regardless of a common value, retrieve all records when there is a match, and apply other data combination scenarios defined in your queries.
How to connect BigQuery to Excel
Step 1. Select BigQuery as a source app and connect your BigQuery project2 minutes
Step 2. Enter an SQL query to select specific data from BigQuery15 seconds
Step 3. Select Microsoft Excel as a destination application and connect your Microsoft account30 seconds
Step 4. Select a workbook on your OneDrive and pick or create a worksheet to load the query results to15 seconds
Step 5. Configure the frequency for automatic data refresh and export your query20 seconds
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